Steve found this article at the Globe and Mail covering the issue of libel tourism.
Marion spotted this Olympic story about a curse, with a skeptical retort from the alleged curser.
Julia found this opinion piece from a creationist (and UBC professor) in the Phoenix News. Can you spot some of the standard fallacies? The commenters sure did.
Scott found this epic fail about homeopathy. Why do some of these newspapers print stories that are essentially advertisements for alternative medicine, without demanding any evidence for the claims? At least they added a weak disclaimer at the end.
Have you spotted a skeptical fail or win in the local media? Send me the story at skepticnorthlinks [at] gmail [dot] com.